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Beginning Windows® Phone 7 Application Development: Building Windows® Phone Applications Using Silverlight® and XNA® by Robert Fonseca-Ensor, Karli Watson, Nick Lecrenski

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CONVENTIONS

To help you get the most from the text and keep track of what's happening, we've used several conventions throughout the book.

image WARNING Boxes like this one hold important, not-to-be forgotten information that is directly relevant to the surrounding text.

image COMMON MISTAKES These areas hold important information about common mistakes that can be made while coding a particular feature.

image NOTE Tips, hints, tricks, and asides to the current discussion look like this.

As for other conventions in the text:

  • New terms and important words are highlighted in italics.
  • Keyboard combinations are treated like this: Ctrl+R.
  • Filenames, URLs, and code within the text are treated like this: persistence.properties.

This book uses monofont type with no highlighting for most code examples. This book also uses bold to emphasize code that is of particular importance in the present context.

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